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1580-Pc LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR Race Car Building Set EXPIRED

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Walmart has 1580-Pc LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR Race Car Building Set (42096) for $119.95. Shipping is free.

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  • Dimensions: 5"H x 19"L x 7"W
  • For boys and girls aged 10+
  • Realistic details throughout the porsche toy car such as aerodynamic bodywork, working steering, track map & more Plus, this white toy car comes with a full toy engine
  • Perfect STEM toy for kids
  • Exclusive replica of the Porsche 911 RSR race car and has been developed in partnership with Porsche

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] [walmart.com] has 1580-Piece LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR Race Car Building Set $119.95 with Free Shipping

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This is a replica of the Porsche 911 RSR sports car. Realistic details include bodywork, rims, steering, suspension and more. Recommended for ages 10+ and big kids of all ages.
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Our research indicates that 1580-Piece LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR Race Car Building Set (42096) is $28 lower (18.91% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $148 at the time of this posting.


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If this is your leasure money and you're being fiscally responsible, I think Lego is an absolutely excellent investment. They not only increase in value over time by a lot with virtually all of their sets but you also get an experience when you build it and that's a big part of why Lego is the second most profitable toy company in the world. I would even pick Lego over a photo realistic model because it's neat to see things in Lego form rather you're in your 20's or 40's, just no one over 99, its max age limit for Lego sets. Perhaps thats why Prince Phillip didn't want to be around anymore O.O #likelyconspiracytheory


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The vast majority of the worlds biggest private lego collectors build their Lego sets, many try to buy one for them to build and another as an investment. If you're purely in it for profit, NEVER open the box.

- You lose about 30% once it's opened

- You cannot claim it as new condition which makes your sale slower even if you undercut

- You cannot take advantage of certain seller protections like Collector, Factory Sealed such as Ebay

But again, most of the worlds biggest private Lego collectors and YouTubers build their sets because it's fun to them, that's the joy for them, not seeing it inside a box (although most also invest so they do both). But if you're doing this purely or mostly as an investment, then of course you don't open it. If you're in between both, only open the sets you really love and keep the rest sealed, inside a box in a closet away from any house smells, pet dander, etc and ONLY buy from stores where they are very likely to ship it in mint condition and/or will accept an exchange if the box arrives damaged.. this hurts sales a lot if its badly damaged.

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Great find! I believe not even Zavvi have had it for this low.
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Was going in and out of stock as I was trying to buy one.

Finally got it to go through. Definitely did not need this........
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Don't "need" it either but bought one last night as well 🤣
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Bought it! I love the vehicle technics sets.
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If this is your leasure money and you're being fiscally responsible, I think Lego is an absolutely excellent investment. They not only increase in value over time by a lot with virtually all of their sets but you also get an experience when you build it and that's a big part of why Lego is the second most profitable toy company in the world. I would even pick Lego over a photo realistic model because it's neat to see things in Lego form rather you're in your 20's or 40's, just no one over 99, its max age limit for Lego sets. Perhaps thats why Prince Phillip didn't want to be around anymore O.O #likelyconspiracytheory


Answer to question:

The vast majority of the worlds biggest private lego collectors build their Lego sets, many try to buy one for them to build and another as an investment. If you're purely in it for profit, NEVER open the box.

- You lose about 30% once it's opened

- You cannot claim it as new condition which makes your sale slower even if you undercut

- You cannot take advantage of certain seller protections like Collector, Factory Sealed such as Ebay

But again, most of the worlds biggest private Lego collectors and YouTubers build their sets because it's fun to them, that's the joy for them, not seeing it inside a box (although most also invest so they do both). But if you're doing this purely or mostly as an investment, then of course you don't open it. If you're in between both, only open the sets you really love and keep the rest sealed, inside a box in a closet away from any house smells, pet dander, etc and ONLY buy from stores where they are very likely to ship it in mint condition and/or will accept an exchange if the box arrives damaged.. this hurts sales a lot if its badly damaged.
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If this is your leasure money and you're being fiscally responsible, I think Lego is an absolutely excellent investment. They not only increase in value over time by a lot with virtually all of their sets but you also get an experience when you build it and that's a big part of why Lego is the second most profitable toy company in the world. I would even pick Lego over a photo realistic model because it's neat to see things in Lego form rather you're in your 20's or 40's, just no one over 99, its max age limit for Lego sets. Perhaps thats why Prince Phillip didn't want to be around anymore O.O #likelyconspiracytheory
Do collectors keep it in the box or assembled
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My nephew asked for legos for his 11th birthday. Hope he likes it!
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Quote from elche489 :
Do collectors keep it in the box or assembled
In box. Box condition matters a lot in pricing
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Been really wanting to buy this for a while but keep holding back...ohh decisions decisions
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Do not NEED, but WANT is intensifying!
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Same price as the last time it went frontpage.
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If this is your leasure money and you're being fiscally responsible, I think Lego is an absolutely excellent investment. They not only increase in value over time by a lot with virtually all of their sets but you also get an experience when you build it and that's a big part of why Lego is the second most profitable toy company in the world. I would even pick Lego over a photo realistic model because it's neat to see things in Lego form rather you're in your 20's or 40's, just no one over 99, its max age limit for Lego sets. Perhaps thats why Prince Phillip didn't want to be around anymore O.O #likelyconspiracytheory


Answer to question:

The vast majority of the worlds biggest private lego collectors build their Lego sets, many try to buy one for them to build and another as an investment. If you're purely in it for profit, NEVER open the box.

- You lose about 30% once it's opened

- You cannot claim it as new condition which makes your sale slower even if you undercut

- You cannot take advantage of certain seller protections like Collector, Factory Sealed such as Ebay

But again, most of the worlds biggest private Lego collectors and YouTubers build their sets because it's fun to them, that's the joy for them, not seeing it inside a box (although most also invest so they do both). But if you're doing this purely or mostly as an investment, then of course you don't open it. If you're in between both, only open the sets you really love and keep the rest sealed, inside a box in a closet away from any house smells, pet dander, etc and ONLY buy from stores where they are very likely to ship it in mint condition and/or will accept an exchange if the box arrives damaged.. this hurts sales a lot if its badly damaged.
Yup. Last one that went discontinue.
Amazon.com: LEGO Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS (2,704 Pieces): Toys & Games
https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Technic-Porsche-911-GT3/dp/B01CU9X8EI/ref=pd_rhf_ee_p_img_6?_encoding=UT... [amazon.com]

Went up at at least 3x since it was last available 3 years ago. I believe this discontinue set is by far the most expensive one that is still available for purchase. Or at least what's left of their stock.
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Quote from MyCoke :
My nephew asked for legos for his 11th birthday. Hope he likes it!
Your the best aunt/uncle ever!!! Awesome gift!
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